The Distillery District, Toronto

While all of Toronto’s neighborhoods are unique, the Distillery District is that and then some. Originally founded in 1832, the area is designated as a national historic site and has been ever since 1988. 

This special section of downtown Toronto is bordered by Parliament Street on the east and Cherry Street on the west, and further nestled between the Gardiner Expressway and Mill Street. 

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Once the largest distillery in the world, the surviving brick and stone buildings of Gooderham & Worts serve as a beautiful backdrop for both the neighborhood and as one of the city’s most popular filming locations. The Distillery District remains the largest collection of best preserved Victorian industrial architecture in all of North America. 

The area is also home to several events and small-scale festivals, and the residents who live here all seem to take great pride in their neighbourhood. 

Rounding out the reasons the Distillery District is such a great place to live is the fact that it is pedestrian only, and one can walk the famous red pavers to reach notable boutiques, cafes, artist studios, art galleries, restaurants and artisan shops. 

The Distillery District is a highly sought-after and charming place to live in the city of Toronto, with many beautiful condos and lofts available.

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Walk Score: 92
Transit Score: 92
Bike Score: 100